Sustainable Food Systems Sourcebook

Results 1 - 20 of 27


 Cobleskill, New York
The global food system is rapidly changing and so is the demand for professionals who understand the processes, businesses and policies that get food from farm to plate all over the world.
 Craftsbury, Vermont
Whether it’s the hegemony of the burger-and-fries Standard American Diet or the impact of soybean production on rainforests, much of the world’s food systems need rethinking.
 Durham, New Hampshire
The Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems program offers a flexible curriculum to students seeking to acquire integrated knowledge and experiences related to modern agricultural and food systems and/or preparing for varied careers in these fields.
 Brunswick, Maine
CEI’s Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Program supports an economically just and sustainable food system that creates quality jobs for a diverse workforce and builds wealth and resilience in rural communities.
 Aiken, South Carolina
We maintain an interest in local foods and helping rural businesses breaking into the industry.
The National Agricultural & Rural Development Policy Center (NARDeP) is organized by the Regional Rural Development Centers to provide information about the increasingly contentious and complex rural policy issues facing the U.S.

7. Penn State: Rural Sociology

Sustainable Agriculture
 University Park , Pennsylvania
The Rural Sociology Graduate Program provides students with the highest quality educational and research experiences in rural sociology.
CARI's mission is to help create a rural community and agricultural structure that is economically viable, environmentally sound, socially acceptable and sustainable into the future.
 Gambler , OH
Food for Thought is an initiative to build a sustainable local market for foods produced in and around Knox County, Ohio.
 Asheville, North Carolina
Smithson Mills is an accomplished advocate and researcher for agricultural and rural economic development projects. Smithson Mills works closely with community nonprofits, businesses and government organizations.
Fashioning a sustainable food system is one of the most compelling challenges of the 21st Century. Because of its multi-functional character, food is an ideal medium through which to design sustainable places, be they urban, rural or suburban places
 Ruston, Louisiana
The Rural Development Certificate addresses the need to understand the issues facing rural communities and businesses, such as sustainable development, marketing of local businesses on a global scale, and fostering a productive environment.
 Burlington, Vermont
Our program prepares students to address challenging problems of contemporary food systems, such as building climate change resilience, reducing waste across the supply chain and exploring equitable distribution and fair labor practices.
 Asheville, North Carolina
Rural Support Partners is a social enterprise working across the rural Southeast to strengthen anchor organizations, develop collective impact networks, and help move sustainable economic development efforts to scale.
 Somerset, Kentucky
The Center's mission is to provide leadership that stimulates innovative and sustainable economic development solutions and a better way of life in Southern and Eastern Kentucky.
 Macomb, Illinois
The RSS is a professional social science association that promotes the generation, application, and dissemination of sociological knowledge.
Culture and Agriculture is a section interest group of the American Anthropological Association, supporting Anthropologists working with farmers, ranchers, fishers, foresters and rural communities around the world.
To foster the development of rural sociology; further the application of sociological inquiry to the improvement of the quality of rural life; and provide a mechanism whereby rural sociologists can generate dialogue and useful exchange.
 Athens, Ohio
The Association aims to encourage research, to promote existing and forthcoming scholarship, and to establish and maintain links with contemporary farm and rural women's organizations.
 Berkeley, California
SAGE revitalizes sustainable urban-edge agriculture, fosters healthy local and regional food systems, and connects diverse urban communities with the people and places that grow their food.